With the core of the milky way about to become more visible at a reasonable hour of the night fast approaching I’m seeking any advice on using Hugin to stitch together a milky way arch.
Now, in my first attempt last year I set up the camera on a tripod and simply moved a few degrees around each image.
The lens is a 16-35mm and I had the camera in portrait orientation.
I’ve not been at all successful in joining the images together in hugin, so I expect that I either don’t know what I’m doing in the software, or I haven’t captured the images correctly to allow stitching to be completed.
So to avoid the mistakes I’ve made so far, does anyone want to have a look and provide any advice?
To save space and time, I’ve processed the images to jpeg in Rawtherapee. Happy to upload the raw images if you think that makes a difference.
Many thanks in advance.